Skinny 105-Calorie Hot Chocolate + $500 Target Gift Card Giveaway
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If you think it’s impossible to have a creamy, rich mug of hot chocolate for 105 calories, think again.
I’m not talking about those sugar-free packets with the space-food mini marshmallows with water added.
I’m talking about a rich, creamy mug of hot chocolate made with real chocolate milk.
I used the new TruMoo Chocolate Marshmallow Milk. TruMoo has Chocolate and Vanilla milks available year-round, but this is a special February edition.
It’s available in the dairy section at grocery stores nationwide through the month of February, and is also available at Target and Walgreens. Here’s a store locator.
TruMoo Chocolate Marshmallow milk is made with fresh white milk sourced from regional dairies around the country. There’s no artificial growth hormones and no high fructose corn syrup.
Sometimes I want to buy chocolate milk for my daughter, but don’t want all the sugar and additives.
Not to mention, I can guzzle anything chocolate like crazy, so keeping the drink lighter is a bonus. Just 105 calories for 6 ounces or 140 calories for 8 ounces.
There’s pure cocoa in the chocolate milk with just enough natural sugar to balance the cocoa for a chocolaty, smooth, and creamy treat.
It’s great warm or cold, but since it’s chilly out, a warm mug of hot chocolate hits the spot.
This is the easiest hot chocolate ‘recipe’ ever, and only takes about 1 minute to make.
Love those kind.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 461Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 116mgCarbohydrates: 118gFiber: 0gSugar: 83gProtein: 3g
You don’t have to have a blog to enter the giveaway and it’s open to all. Simply follow the Facebook login prompt below and then answer the question if you prefer your chocolate milk hot or cold. Good luck!
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